Tim Newman is an associate professor at York College of Pennsylvania, US. As a member of the United States Sports Academy's national faculty, Newman works with distance-learning students and has taught courses in Botswana, Malaysia, and Thailand. He sits on the National Board of Directors for the Leaders of Tomorrow Foundation and the Board of Commissioners for the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation. His primary areas of research include marketing, social media, social networking, and issues related to leadership.
Jason Peck is a social media strategist with business-to-business and business-to-consumer experience in sports, entertainment, and ecommerce. He works at LivingSocial, where he focuses on social media and online marketing for the company's one-of-a-kind experiences and events. He also serves as Vice President of Digital Content and Community for the Washington, D.C., chapter of the Social Media Club, the world's largest community of social media professionals.
Charles Harris has worked in college athletics, professional baseball, and professional hockey, serving on senior management teams with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Anaheim Ducks and the University of California, Irvine, Anteaters. He also has extensive experience in the technology sector, first serving as president and founder of an Israel-based marketing and communications firm and later as a marketing technology consultant to top U. S. companies. A graduate of the University of California, Irvine, Harris has served as an adjunct professor in the sport management graduate program at California State University, Long Beach, since 2004.
Brendan Wilhide is an emarketing and copywriting specialist at ForeSite Technologies in Connecticut and is a contributing writer for Macworld and Macworld.com. He served as play-by-play broadcaster and public relations coordinator for a number of minor league baseball teams including Ripken Baseball's Aberdeen IronBirds and the Vermont Expos. His work cataloging the sports industry as part of his Sportsin140.com website project was featured in the Wall Street Journal and on ESPN's "Outside the Lines."
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